Nihonbashi Mitsukoshi Honten, Chuo

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The first thing you'll notice entering Nihonbashi Mitsukoshi Honten, the highly regarded up-market department store, is its marble grandeur and a huge, ornate sculpture dominating the ground floor. From here you can explore seven floors of traditional Japanese goods, from kimonos to bonsai trees. The basement floor's food hall serves as the mall's main drawcard, stocking an array of candies and a huge variety of sushi, sashimi, and onigiri. Be sure to work your way up the building through the high fashion, homewares, and art departments, to the roof, where you'll find garden wares and pet accessories. Our Tokyo tour app makes visiting Nihonbashi Mitsukoshi Honten and other Tokyo attractions simple, and helps you make a travel plan personal to you.
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  • I think again there is the only department stores is still traditional, old-fashioned department store atmosphere, incorporating new ones, like department store department store is valuable.
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  • After finishing the wedding at the Oriental Hotel, came to shop. If Office had graced the smelling the flowers at the entrance of a department store because she was wearing, take pictures with pretty pictures!. Building itself is heavy and good! Customers were impressed many seniors. It was impression were foreign tourists, but a relatively loose. Metro, it is convenient.
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  • Where else can you get wonderful Soba/Udon, Sushi on 9-11th floor restaurants and then Dominique Ansel (yes the Cronut creator) on the Food Hall Floor (Level B1). Reminder you should't eat while walki...  more »
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  • Always a pleasure to visit the facility where it all started - and expanded into an Annex. Service on all floors is attentive and courteous. Selection of brand names and fashion houses cater to all tastes but, not unexpectedly, at higher price points. The basement housing the food selections is a must see. I look forward to my next visit.
  • 1935年竣工の本館は国の重要文化財に指定されており、ルネサンス様式の重厚な駆体。隣の三井信託銀行と並び、日没後は凄みのある夜景を見ることができます。 1673創業の呉服店、越後屋に端を発する歴史ある老舗です。
  • Great flagship department store It had a quite a similarities with harrods and quality of all products are impeccable
  • An elegant old school style shopping mall.wide street, antique building.
  • Huge high end department store in the heart of Chuo area in Tokyo. High end brands are there, be they Western or Eastern. They had an inspiring display of Japanese artisanship on the top floor when I visited in Sep 2017.

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